Elizabeth A. Arrick is a senior associate with the firm. She received a B.A. in biology at Kenyon College and graduated from Capital University Law School in 2009. While in law school, Beth was awarded the CALI award in Advanced Legal Writing. She is admitted to practice in all Kentucky and Ohio state and federal district courts, as well as the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. Beth is skilled in state and federal practice. She has successfully tried several cases to verdict and litigated appellate issues through state and federal court. Beth has argued cases before various appellate courts, including the Ohio Supreme Court, in which she argued a case involving Batson and the improper admission of evidence under 404(B). Her experience litigating on both sides of a verdict gives her unique insight on preserving issues and ensuring appeal-proof victories. Immediately, prior to joining the firm, Beth worked as an appellate attorney at the Ohio Public Defenders Office in the death penalty division, where she represented clients in state and federal court on direct appeal and complex habeas proceedings. Additionally, she was a member of the forensic science training team, traveling throughout the state to provide continuing legal education to attorneys on how to successfully litigate forensic science issues, including the exclusion of expert testimony through Daubert challenges and retaining and working with defense experts. Since joining Nichols Walter, PLLC, Beth’s practice is focused on all aspects of medical malpractice defense.
Elizabeth A. Arrick